Using Movies – The Evil Appeal

I want anyone who’s going to be a great filmmaker or screenwriter to be that version of themselves as soon as possible. In doing everything in my power to help you get there, enjoy my words on how you can use a movie– your screenwriting, to create truly original artwork that reflects who you are […]

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Accidentally Good Times at the El Royale House

Drew Goddard is clearly another deep thinker filmmaker, dedicating thought-forms to philosophizing, reflection, and imagining. The product of all that alone time is clear in BTATER: his pulp fiction characters representing multiple sides of the philosophical arguments in his head. The way they express themselves showcase Goddard’s creativity in a classy and stylish fashion. While he could’ve taken it much further philosophically and mentally– he relaxed and leaned a lot on the style and genre, he still did an amazing job on this project he got to both write and direct.

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The Screenwriting Thing

“Being gracious with a powerful and original script under your arm is how you want to be discovered when others find you. It’s as much their experience of an artist as it is you experiencing the manner in which you move through your life.”

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29 Loglines

Talking about loglines: The logline is about instant understanding. Here’s 29 excellently written loglines for real movies, along with support to help you write a 30th as good as the rest.

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